Then came the remix. “H-town All-Stars” took over Beyonce’s recently released track, “I Been On.” Paying respect to their Houston upbringing, the rework features Bun B., Z-Ro, Scarface, Willie D., Slim Thug and Lil Keke. Beyonce doesn’t actually sing on this version though her screwed soliloquy from the original remains.
The big men of the NBA are styled and profiled for GQ’s May 2013, “Inside the NBA’s New Style Wars.” Shot by Eric Ray Davidson, the it-guys of basketball, Amaré Stoudemire, Steve Nash, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Chris Bosh, Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade and LeBron James are photographed in their natural habitats dressed to the 11th power and discuss the direction the sport has taken regarding haute couture in an industry not typically looked to for their sartorial choices:
The rivalry among the NBA’s elite has spilled o≠ the court and into an arena where athletes have historically feared to tread: high fashion. Players show up for games wearing leather pants, lensless glasses, and printed silk shirts—and that’s just Russell Westbrook. GQ’s Steve Marsh spent a week trailing basketball’s biggest names—Kevin Durant, Kobe, D-Wade, LeBron—to ﬁnd out how they’re turning the league into a runway for the world’s tallest peacocks.
A Chess game of wits is played in the newest installation in the X-Men series, “The Wolverine.” Hugh Jackman reprises his role as Wolverine and finds our disgruntle hero back to his old roving ways. The movie picks up where we last saw him in “X-Men: The Last Stand”, still at wit’s end, still battling his demons, still missing Jean Grey.
But there isn’t much time for him to wallow in his misery as he is conned into a trip to Japan with the promise of becoming “mortal” again. But, as is life, everything comes with a price. His life and mutant powers may be at stake as he loses his ability to heal and must rely solely on his ingenuity and craftiness if he hopes to survive. This is the first time we are introduced to one of Wolverine’s fiercest nemesis, Silver Samurai.
“Don’t Make Assumptions. Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama. With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.”
Jamie Foxx stars as Commander-In-Chief in the summer blockbuster, “White House Down.”
In the Roland Emmerich-directed film, Foxx plays President James Sawyer, the leader of the free world who is protected by Officer John Cale, played by Greek godliving Adonis actor Channing Tatum. Cale must defend and serve the president from domestic terrorist invasion.
During an interview with Moviefone, Jamie addressed the comparisons being made between him and President Obama:
“I am not doing an impression of Obama,” he said. “Although certain times I do Obama-type things.”
Be prepared for the attack on the White House in theatres June 28.